Tag: photoshop

Mar 2, 2015

Picture of the Day: The Architect

Picture of the Day: The Architect

Artwork by ERIK JOHANSSON Website | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | Prints “The Architect” is the latest photo manipulation by artist and photographer Erik Johansson (featured previously). According to comments by Erik on his official Faecbook page, the image was created over the course of two months and involves numerous individual elements photographed…

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Feb 5, 2015

How ‘Green Screen’ Worked Before Computers

How ‘Green Screen’ Worked Before Computers

For those of us who grew up in the age of CGI, green screen is just “a thing that computers do”. But how did effects like this work before the age of pixels? With the help of some suitably shiny graphics, here’s a quick summary by Tom Scott. If you enjoyed the video above,…

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Jan 15, 2015

Artist Imagines 14 Celebrities as Real-Life Disney Characters

Artist Imagines 14 Celebrities as Real-Life Disney Characters

In an ongoing series, artist Thomas Kurniawan imagines which celebrities might play some of your favorite Disney characters in real-life versions of the animated classics. Kurniawan takes the concept one step further, using actual images of the celebrities and photoshopping them into realistic looking movie posters. On his blog Kurniawan also provides the source…

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Dec 15, 2014

Picture of the Day: Sailing Through a Tiny Planet Panorama

Picture of the Day: Sailing Through a Tiny Planet Panorama

Photograph by Stephanie Alexis on Instagram In this 360 ‘tiny planet’ panorama by Stephanie Alexis, we see her and a friend appearing to sail on a tiny water planet. The photo was recently featured by GoPro as their Photo of the Day. The photo is actually a composite of two images: the sailboat pic,…

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Dec 12, 2014

Basement Reno Timelapse: Unfinished to Finished in 60 Seconds

Basement Reno Timelapse: Unfinished to Finished in 60 Seconds

Awesome animated timelapse compresses 2 months of work into 60 seconds. Over 1000 Photoshop layers were cut from 27 panoramic photographs and then compiled and animated in After Effects to create this fascinating project overview.

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Sep 30, 2014

This Guy Can’t Stop Photoshopping Mr Bean Into Famous Paintings

This Guy Can’t Stop Photoshopping Mr Bean Into Famous Paintings

Rodney Pike is an artist, illustrator and Photoshop ninja. The artist specializes in caricature, photo manipulation and political satire and his work has been featured in countless publications both printed and online. In an ongoing series of hilarious photoshops, Pike skillfully blends Mr Bean/Rowan Atkinson’s face into famous paintings by artists like Da Vinci,…

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Jul 9, 2014

Famous Album Covers Superimposed onto their Actual Locations

Famous Album Covers Superimposed onto their Actual Locations

Bob Egan of PopSpotsNYC.com has an interesting hobby. He finds the real-world locations of famous album covers, fastidiously matches the distance and angle, and then superimposes the original onto a photo of present-day location. The Sifter first featured Bob’s fantastic work in 2012, roaming the streets of New York City. In this update we…

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